Occupy Wall Street and the Political Economy of Inequality
Arindrajit Dube and
Ethan Kaplan ()
The Economists' Voice, 2012, vol. 9, issue 3, 1-7
Dube and Kaplan use recent research in labor and political economy to describe the trends in political and economic inequality that have spawned Occupy Wall street, and how they might be changed.
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